Chiefs players react on Twitter to AFC Championship Game win over Bengals

The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl bound after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game.

These two teams clearly don’t like each other very much and there was plenty of chatter leading up to the AFC title game, coming mostly from the losing side. After a hard-fought victory, this Chiefs squad earned the right to celebrate and talk their talk. Many of them took to Twitter to react following the game and early this morning.

Here’s a look at some of the best reactions so far:

QB Patrick Mahomes

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Mahomes had a few different stages of emotions, going from excitement to thankfulness and quickly turning his attention to Super Bowl LVII.

WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

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Valdes-Scantling had one of the earliest tweets following the game, showcasing sheer and utter disbelief. He’s played in conference championship games before, but this will be his first Super Bowl. That disbelief faded and turned to thankfulness and excitement this morning. He also played a fiddle for some sad Bengals fans.

DT Khalen Saunders

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Saunders enjoyed himself quite a bit after the win over the Bengals and there’s one thing he still can’t figure out.

S Juan Thornhill

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Thornhill immediately gave Bengals CB Eli Apple a hard time.

CB Jaylen Watson

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One of the many rookie contributors reacted.

WR Kadarius Toney

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Toney was injured during the game, but took to Twitter to express gratitude toward his teammates.

C Creed Humphrey

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Humphrey plugged his favorite beer brand before roasting a Bengals fan.

WR JuJu Smith-Schuster

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Smith-Schuster had one word to describe how it was feeling to be Super Bowl bound.

S Justin Reid

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Reid celebrated with a cigar in the locker room. He also had a message for Bengals WR Ja’Marr Chase.

DE Frank Clark

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Clark kept it 100, per usual.

DT Chris Jones

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Jones had just two words in a quote tweet of his postgame interview.

WR Skyy Moore

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Moore was a little flabbergasted about going to a Super Bowl in his first year as a professional.

RB Isiah Pacheco

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Pacheco echoed similar sentiments, but he also thinks this will be the first of many to come.

CB Trent McDuffie

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McDuffie sought to remind everyone of what just happened the night before.

Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire